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quote by the noted philosopher george costanza who once said this thing is like an onion. the more you peel it, the more it stinks. part of that is would only find out about what's inside this onion to the exposure of these secrets ideals. i remember i think the first one was about the iranians, you alluded to partition and the fact that the iranians were allowed to inspect that come acting remotely through iaea inspectors. and i wonder if senator cotton and representative mike pompeo had not gone to i think it was the unit to talk the iaea if we would know that today, which is incredible that u.s. congress is blindsided by this kind of secret agreement. and my question is, do you think there are other secret agreements out there? if so, should to be exposed by the trump administration? that would go to anyone who would like to take that. >> i would assume there are more, and they should be made public. if there's classified information in them, although i don't think there can be if it's an agreement with iran or the iaea. but if there are, things that need to be kept secret they can
and house intelligence committee staff. during the administration, president george w. bush, he was chief of staff to john bolton and the under secretary of state for arms control and international security. during his tenure with the house intelligence committee he was the staff expert on the iranian and north korean nuclear programs and briefed key national intelligence estimates on these two committee members. after he left government in 2011, he founded and served as director of the langley intelligence group network, newsmax medias intelligence and forecasting service. he has published numerous articles in various journals and newspapers. last year published the eye-opening book obama bomb: a dangerous and growing national security fraud. let me turn it over to fred. >> thanks jim, it's a pleasure to be back heritage to discuss the national security issue and it's very humbling to be on a panel with some of america's leading experts on this issue. jim, you've written extensively on this issue. and iaea official who i've known for a noble of years and who knows half of what is g
committee staff. during the administration of president george w. bush, he was chief of staff to john bolton. then the undersecretary of state for arms control and international security. during his tenure -- and briefed key national intelligence estimates on these issues to committee members. after he left government in 2011, he founded and served as director of the langley intelligence group network. the newsmax media's global intelligence and forecasting services. he has published numerous articles in various journals and newspapers and last year published the eye-opening book, "obama bomb: a dangerous and growing national security fraud." so let me turn it over to fred. >> thanks, jim, it's a pleasure to be back at heritage to discuss this national security issue and very humbling to be on a panel with some of america's leading experts on this issue. i mean, jim, you've written extensively on this issue. former official i've known for a number of years and really knows exactly what's goinging on wit iran's nuclear program and david albright has produced information that i couldn't
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